Dear Family, Friends, and Visitors of Unity of Greenvlle,
The Board of Trustees continues to be ever vigilant regarding the guidance provided by the CDC and our local community health officials regarding COVID-19. Protecting our community, all those who visit Unity on Greenville is our primary focus.
We are happy to announce that COVID-19 cases have decreased and there are new guidelines available. The newest information (below) is a new tool to help communities decide what prevention steps to take based on the latest data. Levels can be low medium or high.
Our current level is Low. Please see the table below.
So, what does this mean to those who visit Unity on Greenville?
We first want to express our sincere gratitude for your patience and compliance with the guidance we have provided thus far. Your willingness to protect others as well as yourself shows the love in your heart.
Masking, physical distancing, and good hand hygiene remain an important part of preventing the spread of COVID-19. After much prayerful consideration, the Board of Trustees continue to encourage/recommend wearing a mask when entering the Church. You may remove your mask while seated and wearing your mask while walking throughout the building is also encouraged, but optional.
We encourage physical distancing of 6 feet, unless others verbally indicate it is not necessary. For physical greetings such as handshakes or hugs, please ask first; respecting and honoring the wishes of each individual. A Namaste Bow is a beautiful custom that has gained more popularity. This is wonderful option too!
Children are welcome in the sanctuary with a parent/adult.
It is everyone’s personal responsibility to make this decision. Vaccination status does play an important role, how one physically feels or if there has been a question of exposure also plays a role in your decision.
We have been recently reminded by Rev. Doug of a quote on faith: “Faith is the strength by which a shattered world shall emerge into the light.” – Helen Keller
We have provided the link for further information: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/your-health/covid-by-county.html
We stand strong together in our desire to protect each other.